Highlights + Arsenal player ratings vs Everton as Bukayo Saka shines, Martinelli superb and Zinchenko class

How Arsenal players got on individually in their PL game with Everton at the Emirates.

Ramsdale (6/10): Scarcely had anything to do all night however made a shrewd save to upset Dwight McNeill when called upon in the last part.

White (6/10): Like the remainder of the north Londoners backline, not much to do on the evening. Scarcely offered the ball game. A truly simple night for him.

Saliba (6/10): Neal Maupay barely had a sniff the entire evening and the Frenchman was a piece of that. Again scarcely had anything to do yet was formed when called upon.

Gabriel (7/10): A brilliant tackle to impede Neal Maupay in the primary half when the scores were 0-0. Again seems to be the forerunner in this Arsenal back line.

Zinchenko (9/10): His passing had been a little off in the main half, yet his ball to Bukayo Saka tore the game open for the Gunners. After that he was great, unpicking the Everton defense freely. Wonderful ball to Nketiah in the development to Martinelli’s second as well.

Jorginho (6/10): In an initial 40 mins where Arsenal battled to separate Everton he was one of the players attempting hardest to break the lock. Didn’t exactly resolve as a portion of his passes were somewhat overcooked.

Xhaka (7/10): A strong game from the Swiss who was involved significantly more unpalatably than he has been as of late. A few decent balls to advance Arsenal up the pitch that may not be guaranteed to have grabbed the attention.

Odegaard (7/10): Battled separating Everton early however when they were open he made his mark. A very much taken objective and a few magnificent flicks in the midfield.

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Saka (9/10): There’s an imaginary world where Arsenal don’t separate Everton in the primary half and proceed to battle, yet Bukayo Saka ensured that didn’t occur. How frequently has he been a distinction creator for Arsenal this year?

Trossard (8/10): One more great showcase from the Belgian. Given a beautiful help to the third and caused every kind of issues with his nearby control and sharp development. Connected all around well with Martinelli as well.

Martinelli (9/10): Individuals were questioning the Brazilian however he’s currently on a run of four objectives in three matches. Looks such a ton better trading with Trossard and worked really hard possessing the middle forward position generally.


Partey (7/10): Kept the game ticking over subsequent to coming on at half time. A few decent passes forward to open the Everton backline, with a throw to Nketiah the feature.

Nketiah (7/10): With Everton stretch the game was prepared for a Nketiah appearance and he conveyed. An exquisite help for Martinelli’s second and might have had an objective himself.

Vieira (7/10): A few decent passes subsequent to coming on. Appears to be a player who’s filling in certainty and with how frequently he’s coming on right now is by all accounts gradually ascending the hierarchy.

Smith Rowe (6/10): A colossal thunder from the home fans to welcome his re-visitation of the Emirates pitch. Could have an objective as well however was packed out rapidly.

Tierney (6/10): Arteta had his hands on his heads as he overran the ball on one event. Incredible to see him back on the pitch yet with how Zinchenko’s playing, can’t see him beginning an association match any time soon.

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